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21.—(1) After section 360B of the Companies Act 2006 insert—
360C. In this Part, “traded company” means a company any shares of which—
(a)carry rights to vote at general meetings, and
(b)are admitted to trading on a regulated market in an EEA State by or with the consent of the company.”.
(2) In Schedule 8 to the Companies Act 2006 (index of defined expressions), at the appropriate place, insert—
|“traded company (in Part 13)||section 360C”.|
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